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Customer: im separated man and i have 3 kids with my ex and now i leave with a woman who she is pregnant and im not workig at the moment
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Customer: what amount of maintenance should i pay to each child?
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Submitted: 6 months ago.
Category: Republic of Ireland Law
Expert:  Buachaill replied 6 months ago.
1. Normally, maintenance is calculated as a percentage of your net after tax income. For 3 children, you would normally pay 27% of your net after tax income in maintenance payments to your ex to cover maintenance of your three children. However, if you aren't working at the moment, you should pay a similar part of your social welfare payment, or if you have capital saved, then you should pay a proportion of this in maintenance. I would advise you to pay something even if you have no income. Particularly is you have capital saved. Ultimately, it is your own children who will be at a loss if you don't pay maintenance.
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